MAX HTE 80 OZ. – EPOXY RESIN FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE FIBERGLASSING PREPREG RESIN SYSTEM 80 OZ

$65.90

MAX HTE A/B
HIGH TEMPERATURE EPOXY

THIS EPOXY RESIN SYSTEM REQUIRES A HEAT POST CURE TO ACHIEVE COMPLETE CURE. USING SOLAR HEAT, INFRARED RADIANT HEAT OR THE USE OF A PROCESSING OVEN CAN BE USED TO POST CURE THE RESIN SYSTEM.

IMPREGNATING RESIN FOR CARBON FIBER FIBERGLASS
ADHESIVE
PROTECTIVE COATING
CASTING RESIN
ELECTRICAL POTTING COMPOUND
COIL COATING FOR MOTOR WINDINGS

80-Ounce Kit
1/2 GALLON OF RESIN OR PART A
1 PINT OF CURING AGENT
4:1 MIX RATIO

Other Kit Sizes Available:
40 Oz.

Description

MAX HTE A/B is a two-part epoxy based system especially formulated to provide structural strength at temperatures of up to 200⁰C or 390⁰F under pressure or load. It is formulated as an impregnating resin for fiberglass, Carbon Fiber, Kevlar, Spectra Fiber and other specialty materials that require heat performance.

MAX HTE A/B can also be utilized as an adhesive, encapsulant or potting compound, tooling resin for high temperature applications.

MAX HTE exhibits exceptional toughness and other mechanical properties such as adhesion, compressive strength and flexural modulus at high temperature exposure. MAX HTE also provides excellent chemical and water resistance.
Fillers and colorants can be added to modify it for a specific use.

MAX HTE provides a long pot life at room temperature suitable vacuum assisted resin transfer molding or VARTM, fiber pultrusion, pre-impregnation process with a relatively short heat cure time. It is specially designed to withstand continuous high temperature service, high impact resistance and exposure to harsh conditions.

MAX HTE A/B is 100 % solids, low odor and toxicity and does not contain Ozone Depleting Chemicals (ODC).

Useful Links:
MAX HTE A/B Physical Properties
MAX HTE High Heat Test
MAX HTE Heat Resistance Under Load Test
MAX HTE A/B Curing Tips
Cold Weather Notice
Handling and Storage
Data Conversion Table
Composite Fabricating Basics

Additional information

Weight7 lbs
Dimensions5 x 8 x 10 in
Other Heat Curing Techniques

If an oven is not available to provide the needed thermal post cure, exposing the assemble part to direct solar heat (sun exposure) for a period of 4 hours will provide enough heat cure for the part to be handled. Other heat curing such as infrared heat lamps can be used if a heat chamber or oven is not available.

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